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Economic considerations in satisfying agricultural water demands. Risk analysis



Economic considerations in satisfying agricultural water demands. Risk analysis



Proceedings 16th ICID European regional conference Vol2 Ecological, technological and socio economical impacts on agricultural water management: 253-266



An important consideration in satisfying agricultural water demand with an adequate, timely and good quality supply is the adopted cropping pattern. Since improved technology for increasing agricultural production and productivity is water and weather sensitive, the adoption of a certain cropping pattern and consequent demand for water, introduce risk elements in the water demand and supply relationship.

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